Film Preview – Bognor Regis Observer – Saturday, 03 April 1948
Transcript:

PAVILION, SELSEY. When Kay Williams (Lucille Ball), one of America's outstanding dress designers, turns down scores of men while her husband, Bill (George Brent). a war correspondent, is working in Europe with a camerawoman, only to find on his return that he is attached to the woman, she decides to teach her husband a lesson. In encouraging the attentions of three of her admirers, she enlarges the domestic conflict with drastic results, as can be seen in " LOVER COME BACK," on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Kirby Grant, as a U.S. Marshal. brings about the "RUSTLER'S ROUND-UP" for the second feature. For the last three days of the week. "BLACK NARCISSUS " unfolds a chapter in the lives of five sisters of an Anglo- Catholic Order who accept the invitation of an Indian ruler to open a school and hospital in a remote village in the Himalayas. The film traces the psychological effect on the Sisters of the barbaric grandeur of the country, the pagan villagers, and the wordly English agent.

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